Dominica - Visa Free Countries

As of March 2023, the Dominican passport is ranked 115th worldwide. This indicates that 36 nations around the world do not require a visa for Dominicans to enter. However, holders of Dominican passports must request a visa in advance in order to access the remaining nations.

Andorra Armenia Antigua and Barbuda
Austria Bahrain Bahamas
Bangladesh Benin Barbados
Belgium Belarus Belize
Bolivia Botswana Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brazil Cambodia Bulgaria
Cape Verde Cuba Colombia
Rica Comoros Croatia
Costa Denmark Czech Republic
Cyprus Dominican Republic Estonia
Djibouti Ecuador Finland
Egypt Ethiopia Fiji
Gabon France Gambia
Germany Georgia Greece
Guinea-Bissau Grenada Guyana
Hungary Haiti      Iceland
Indonesia India Iran
Ireland Israel Italy
Jamaica Jordan Kenya
Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia
Lesotho Liechtenstein Lithuania
Luxembourg Madagascar Malawi
Malaysia Maldives Malta
Mauritania Mauritius Micronesia
Moldova Monaco Montenegro
Mozambique Nepal Netherlands
Nicaragua Norway Palau
Panama Peru  
Philippines Poland Portugal
Qatar Romania Rwanda
Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Samoa San Marino Seychelles
Singapore Slovakia Slovenia
Solomon Islands Somalia South Korea
Spain Sri Lanka Suriname
Swaziland Sweden Switzerland
Tajikistan Tanzania Timor-Leste
Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago
Turkey Tuvalu Uganda
Ukraine United Kingdom and Crown dependencies Uruguay
Vanuatu Vatican City Venezuela
Zambia Zimbabwe  
  •  Please note that visa requirements can change at any time, so it is always advisable to check with the relevant embassy or consulate before traveling.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Passport holders from Dominica can enter 137 nations and territories without a visa or with one that can be obtained upon arrival.

Obtaining permanent residency in Dominica is possible, but the process and requirements may vary depending on the category of residency you are applying for.

For example, the Economic Citizenship Program of Dominica offers a fast-track option for obtaining citizenship and a second passport, which may include permanent residency rights. However, this program requires a significant investment in the country's economy.

On the other hand, the non-economic residency option is also available, which allows foreigners to obtain permanent residency in Dominica based on factors such as their work, family ties, or other special circumstances.

Generally speaking, the process of obtaining permanent residency in Dominica may require submitting an application, meeting certain requirements such as age, education, language proficiency, and having no criminal record. The application process may also involve providing various documents and attending an interview with the relevant authorities.

It is advisable to consult with an immigration lawyer or a licensed service provider for specific information on the eligibility criteria, application requirements, and process for obtaining permanent residency in Dominica.

The amount of investment required to obtain permanent residency in Dominica depends on the category of residency you are applying for.

If you are considering the Economic Citizenship Program of Dominica, which offers a fast-track option for obtaining citizenship and a second passport, then the investment required can start from US$100,000 to US$200,000 for a single applicant, depending on the investment option chosen. This investment is typically made in the form of a donation to the government or through an approved real estate investment.

On the other hand, the non-economic residency option requires a different set of requirements and does not involve making an investment in the government. However, the investment in local businesses, real estate, or other assets may be taken into account as a factor in the application process.

It is important to note that the investment amounts and requirements may change, so it is always recommended to consult with a licensed service provider or an immigration lawyer for the most up-to-date information on the specific investment requirements and options for obtaining permanent residency in Dominica.

Whether or not you can go to Dominica without a visa depends on your nationality and the purpose and length of your visit.

As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, citizens of certain countries, including many countries in the Caribbean, can enter Dominica for up to six months without a visa. However, citizens of other countries, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and many European countries, can enter Dominica without a visa for up to 90 days.

It is important to note that even if you can enter Dominica without a visa, you may still need to meet certain entry requirements, such as having a valid passport, evidence of further travel, and enough money to cover your stay.

It is always recommended to check the most up-to-date entry requirements for Dominica with the nearest Dominican embassy or consulate or on the official government website before you travel.

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